This week, Buffalo Trace celebrated the anniversary of the Bottled in Bond Act: a consumer protection act that changed the bourbon industry. To mark the milestone, a special edition of E.H. Taylor (named for the man who helped pass the legislation himself) was released in very limited quantities. The commemorative edition features a barrel hand-picked by the Buffalo Trace team that was aged for 9 years and bottled at 100 proof per BIB standards. The release is also a partnership with musician Chris Stapleton and his charitable fund, Outlaw State of Kind. Stapleton himself signed several bottles, and one is being auctioned off right now with proceeds going to help those affected by the recent winter storm disaster in Texas and flood relief for Appalachia Kentucky.